Financial disclosure programs
Under the Code of Ethics, the Ethics Program is authorized to conduct an annual review of financial disclosure statements for elected officials and county employees to identify potential conflicts of interest with their official duties. Under the code, the Ethics Program is also authorized to conduct timely review of consultant disclosure statements for professional, technical, and engineering contracts with the county valued at more than $5,000. This program is designed to identify potential conflicts of interest for consultants with their duties related to county contracts.
- For employees, learn the facts about filing statements of financial and other interests at the Financial Disclosure for Employees page.
- For board and commission members, learn the facts about filing statements of financial and other interests at the Financial Disclosure for Board Members page.
- For consultants, learn the facts about filing consultant disclosure forms at the Disclosure for Consultants page.
The Board of Ethics Rules Related to Filing Statements of Financial and Other Interests provides employees and board and commission members with information on filing to ensure compliance with the financial disclosure program.